College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > Academics > Sociology > Faculty > Black Hawk Hancock
His teaching focuses primarily on classic and contemporary theory, urban ethnography, and race/ethnicity and culture.
Hancock, Black Hawk and Roberta Garner. "Goffman and Criminology" Sociology Companion Series on Great Sociological Thinkers: Erving Goffman. Michael Haviid Jacobsen (ed.) Anthem Press. Forthcoming.
2020-2023 Hancock, Black Hawk and Bryan L. Sykes (Eds.) Sociological Perspectives, Volumes 63-65.
2021 Hancock, Black Hawk and Roberta Garner. “Erving Goffman and 'The New Normal': Havoc and Containment in the Pandemic Era," The American Sociologist 52(3): 548-578.
2018 Hancock, Black Hawk and Roberta Garner. “Reintegrating Theories, Methods, and Historical Analysis in Teaching Sociology.” The American Sociologist 49: 36-391.
2018 Hancock, Black Hawk and Daniel R. Morrison. “The Ethnographer's Circle: Institutionalizing Ethnography in the Pacific Sociological Association.” Sociological Perspectives 61(2): 195-206.
2018 Hancock, Black Hawk, Bryan Sykes, and Anjuli Verma. “The Problem of "Cameo Appearances" in Mixed-Methods Research: Implications for 21st-Century Ethnography." Sociological Perspectives 61(2): 314-335.
2017 Skyes, Bryan, Anjuli Verma, and Black Hawk Hancock. “Aligning Sampling and Case Selection in Quantitative- Qualitative Research Designs: Establishing Generalizability Limits in Mixed-Method Studies." Ethnography 19(2): 227-253.
2016 Hancock, Black Hawk and Daniel R. Morrison. “Beyond the Anticipatory Corpse: Medicine, Power, and the Care of the Dying: A Theoretical and Methodological Intervention into the Sociology of Brain Implant Surgery.” The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 41(6): 659-678.
2016 Fine, Gary Alan and Black Hawk Hancock. “The New Ethnographer at Work” Qualitative Research 17(2): 260-268.